We ran up to have a bite and watch the sunset. It was very small, and the view was not a sweeping view of Florence that I had hoped for. We didn't stay.
It’s a department store café. The main café is on the top floor of the store. They a have a small terrace up on the roof with a great view overlooking the Piazza below and the town beyond Standard café fare, with polite and friendly service. Only issues are -Service up on the terrace is unhurried, but hey, if you... More
Reading the majority of the reviews below I'm starting to think that I wasn't in the same place.. It's a small terrace, re-arranged with cheap, plastic garden furniture. It's kind of not very well managed with dirty napkins on the floor, a very slow service and sky-high prices. The view is not as pretty as you would expect it either:... More
Must be one of the hottest locations in town, but even from the top floor of La Rinascente Department Store, it is not that well signposted. Perhaps that's a blessing because, on an overcast November, the tables on the roof-top terrace were full and people were jostling for a camera angle on the looming masterpiece that is the dome of... More
We were tipped off about this place by our lovely hotelier Betta, and we did not regret it. We waited about 5-6 minutes for the prime table to the right hand side of the door and then grabbed it, along with a Bellini and a cold Italian draft beer. These did come to 16 euros for the two but when... More
This caffe is located on top of a department store in Piazza della Reppublica. It's a little bit of a splurge for a brioche and caffe, maybe around 5 or 6 Euro. But, the view of the piazza and Duomo and great! Check it out if you don't feel like paying and walking to top of Duomo!
Can't speak for the rest of the menu, but the iced coffee, carrot cake and service were all pretty good. We were mainly there to take in the lovely view of the Duomo, take some photos and rest our weary feet.
The view is breathtaking, no doubt about it, but that's about it. I didn't dine here, just went for a coffee with a friend, but maybe it was just as well. 2 cappuccinos and 2 cornettos ( a tad stale!): total bill = 14 euros. :o At these prices it won't become my regular but I would recommend that everyone... More
Would never have found this place if it wasn't for our amazingly knowledgeable tour guide in Europe. It was during some of our free time in Florence, and we did a spot of shopping, and as you do when shopping, we got quite thirsty. Since it was just the four of us, including our lovely tour guide, she brought us... More
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